groSolar joined MDV-SEIA as a Silver Sponsor for the 8th annual Solar Focus Conference. Timonthy Heinle, Director of Business Development at groSolar, also joined as a speaker for the event. MDV-SEIA is proud to partner on this event with groSolar, a longtime supporter of the organization’s efforts and an active solar stakeholder in the Mid-Atlantic.
For over 15 years, groSolar has consistently been one of the nation’s leading solar firms providing the highest quality and innovative solutions for solar energy generation. Their firm has engineered, supplied, and constructed projects from coast to coast. Their goal is to provide their customers with the most competitively priced, highest quality, on-time solar system that will meet or surpass the client’s needs.
For more information, please visit www.grosolar.com.
About Timothy Heinle
Heinle has led successful solar and wind energy projects across the U.S. and has closed numerous commercial transactions during his 18-year career and has most recently joined groSolar as the Director of Business Development. He has held management positions with Duke Energy, Magellan Resources Group, Pace Global Energy Services, Community Energy, and most recently as Vice President of Pace Consulting at Siemens. Timothy earned his BA in Government from Georgetown University and his MBA from College of William and Mary.
Founded in 1984, MDV-SEIA represents the interests of photovoltaic and solar thermal developers, financiers, equipment manufacturers, installers, distributors and component suppliers serving Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia. Our members design, sell, integrate, install, maintain and finance solar energy equipment for residential, commercial and institutional customers throughout the region.
MDV-SEIA delivers on policy formation and advocacy, market representation, networking, education, and additional benefits to our 100+ members representing more than 2,000 direct jobs in our region. In the last few years, MDV-SEIA’s leadership has resulted in increased state requirements as well as increased penalties for non-compliance, creation of a solar thermal market, improvements to net metering, and game changing gains in the deployment of solar.
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